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  • Understanding the HAF

    Attorney Marissa M. Yaker details what you need to know about the Homeowner Assistance Fund, and the HAF’s goal of mitigating financial hardships associated with the pandemic. ...

  • Re-Examining ‘Injury in Fact’ With Hunstein II

    What do recent decisions regarding the Hunstein case mean for the industry? Legal League 100 attorney Daniel C. Chilton takes a look at its impact on the industry moving forward. ...

  • A Life in the Default Profession

    Legal League 100 Vice Chair Anthony Van Ness looks back at a career spent working in default legal services. ...

  • Practicing Law as a Digital Nomad

    The global health crisis spurred the legal field to embrace digital processes out of necessity. Attorney Michelle Garcia Gilbert asks “Where do we go from here?” ...

  • Borrower Defenses 2022

    When it comes to foreclosures, what types of legal defenses should be expected? Legal League 100 Chair Stephen M. Hladik details the challenges that lie ahead for servicers and their attorney partners. ...

Renewed Regulatory Focus in 2021?

Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the January edition of DS News. 2020 has been a year of uncertainly, marked by unprecedented events and divisiveness. But there is one thing that everyone can agree on: California is a trendsetter ...

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Post-Moratorium Conditions and Concerns

Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the January edition of DS News, available here.  In the effort to make our way through the impact of an unprecedented pandemic, every industry in our country has made necessary adjustments to a very ...

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Rental Relief Needed Now

Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the January edition of DS News. Beginning March 27, 2020, when President Trump signed the CARES Act into law, the state of evictions across the United States has resembled a roller-coaster. Tenants and landlords ...

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HUD Face-to-Face: Is it a Condition Precedent

Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the January edition of DS News.  Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeals has recently issued two new opinions concerning the “HUD Face-to-Face Provision.” Both actions involved the involuntary dismissal of foreclosure cases at ...

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